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Sunday, April 22, 2012

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When you are sitting in the shade and your chair sinks into the asphalt that pretty much makes it clear you went to the desert a few weeks too late. A 30+ degree change in temperature all at once was a bit much .

Also, this new format for Blogger draws a vacuum.


10 comments:

  1. THAT is pretty darn hot! LOL..I agree!

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  2. not nice when the temps get so hot

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  4. I photographed thistles coming up through tarmacadam on the industrial estate the paving had been down for several years the shots were taken on a cold day.
    You are not the only person with complaints on the new forum, blogger is google and when did they ever ask us users what we want? another thing is do not use picasa. google use every photo in your computer as your 1gb quote then ask for money for more space. thats why I am now on my own website through wordpress.

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  5. I agree - too hot! I have finally gotten used to the new blogger...I usually do not handle change well! Glad you are home safe and sound!

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  6. I haven't heard of asphalt melting like that before! That sounds horrid, the temperature I mean. I freak out if we go over 80 here where I am, (because of the humidity, it feels a lot worse than an 80 in California which is kinda nice), so I have to admit I must be a baby about it.

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  7. Hehehe, I'm looking forward to see your photos John!
    I hate the new Blogger interface... :(

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  8. Wow! John either your a big fat bloke or it really is hot.
    Take care I am looking forward to seeing your images.

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  9. I must agree the new interface is horrible. Wow that's too hot.

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